Rockies' Jon Gray: Strikes out four in no-decision
Gray had been dominant over his previous four starts prior to this one, and although he wasn't able to keep up that suffocating form in this contest, he managed a respectable final line. He hasn't posted eye-popping ratios this season, with a 4.81 ERA and 1.31 WHIP in 127.1 innings, but he's been much better in that department lately, as Friday's contest marked just the second time in his last seven outings that he's yielded more than two earned runs. He's also been a reliable source of strikeouts, with a 148:37 K:BB. Gray is slated to take the mound next on the road against Atlanta on Thursday.
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